BlogThe people who ensure your Christmas Mail is sorted and delivered...

The people who ensure your Christmas Mail is sorted and delivered...

The people who ensure your Christmas Mail is sorted and delivered...

The Royal Mail signed up 19,000 seasonal workers this Christmas, to help manage the growing annual demand of parcels and letters.

Do you know who signs up to be a post person during the Christmas rush? What do these behave men and women enjoy about the job?

A short video was taken in London's main sorting office, Mount Pleasant today, asking both full-time staff and temporary workers, to find out why they love being part of the manic rush. Christmas team spirit is very much alive!

Gain access and see how the busy working process is managed via the link below:

Who wants to send the Christmas mail?

The Royal Mail signed up 19,000 seasonal workers this year to help out at Christmas. BBC News went to meet some of them.

www.bbc.co.uk

Now you have seen a few of the people who ensure your post is sent or delivered to the correct mailing address, at this festive time of year, you'll be eager to get your Christmas presents and cards sent.

Make sure you receive your Christmas mail and parcels securely this year, by installing our Parcel Dropbox, which is capable of holding multiple parcels, ideal whilst your working prior to Christmas.

Please browse our Website to view all parcel and secure mail systems available, we supply both individual and multiple letterboxes too.

If you would like to know more about a specific product or it's specifications, simply contact our team today, to ensure you find the right mail solution for you!

Merry Christmas Readers...

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